The New Directions Education Headteachers Conference in Deganwy commences tomorrow!

10 October 2017

This session will be delivered in partnership with Pivotal Training and will cover the hot topic of Behavioural Management.

Additionally the event will also see guest speakers delivering sessions on: Education Workforce Council updates and a Mindfulness and Well-being Taster.

One of the guest speakers is Paul Dix, author of ˜When the Adults Change, Everything Changes™.

Lunch will be included at this must attend event. Be sure to register your early interest for these events as we expect a full subscription to all allocated spaces available.

Click here to view the agenda for the conference.



Click here to register for the conference.


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